- Assistance sought to locate overdue traveller
- Cell phones found; are they yours?
- Stay vigilant to reduce thefts from vehicles
- Severe thunderstorm watch on for EK
- Ongoing boat inspections recommended
- Physician vacancies taxing regional ER
- Jumbo monitoring camps established
- The Freedom Climb
- Sexual assault in Edgewater area
- Fiery moment at Wildstone
Key City’s first exhibit of the year: Rails to TrailsPosted: September 4, 2012
Key City Gallery is excited to present the first exhibit of the 2012 – 2013 season when Rails to Trails will be hanging in the gallery from September 11 to October 15.
Opening reception will be on September 22, from 1 – 4 p.m. in the gallery. Everyone is welcome, drop by for some refreshments and meet the artists.
The Rails to Trails exhibition features the works of Alicia Herman, Karl Walker, Art Kharman, Jim Poch, Jim Robertson and Neal Panton.
The Rails to Trails pathway connects Kimberley and Cranbrook and is one of the newest sections of the Trans Canada Trail, the longest network of recreational trails in the world. Unified by this tangible link, a group of contemporary artists living within and in between these two cities have connected to exhibit their original artworks; each inspired by their experiences while visiting the trail and drawing from the spectacular Purcell and Rocky mountain landscape.
Key City Gallery is located upstairs in the Key City Theatre.
Above image: Cranbrook photographer Brian Clarkson was one of several area artists whose work appeared in the Key City Gallery last year. Ian Cobb/e-KNOW
SubmittedTags: Alicia HermanArt KharmanJim PochJim RobertsonKarl WalkerKey City GalleryKey City TheatreNeal PantonRails to TrailsTrans Canada Trail
Stay vigilant to reduce thefts from vehicles> Read More
Cell phones found; are they yours?> Read More
Elk Watershed Discovery Camp a success> Read More
Ongoing boat inspections recommended> Read More
Support available to hire students> Read More
The Freedom Climb> Read More
Jumbo monitoring camps established> Read More
Assistance sought to locate overdue traveller> Read More